Johns Hopkins University Finance Monthly Newsletter
November, 2022 | Volume 13 Issue 11
inside this issue:
Upon reconciliation of sponsored and non-sponsored cost objects, circumstances may arise that require expenses to be moved, using a non-payroll cost transfer. These transactions require monitoring for compliance with JHU policies, federal regulations and sponsor guidelines.
Departments are responsible for ensuring compliance with JHU's subrecipient monitoring policy and procedures when approving subrecipient invoices for payment.
The Cash Journal should only be used to record cash receipts for non-invoiced items.
Cash Receipts that cannot be matched to a University invoice number and are unidentified are not recorded as revenue but held in a deferred credit account until they are identified.
Key JHU Closing Dates: Please refer to the Online University Finance Calendar for all pertinent communication including University Key Dates.
The Johns Hopkins University Finance Employee Recognition Program is designed to acknowledge the efforts and contributions of University Finance staff. This program will recognize those employees who have performed above and beyond normal expectations, often defined as "Going the Extra Mile".
The schedule of holidays is established for the calendar year 2022. The schedule is published on the Calendars/Notices/Announcements website at University Holiday Schedule.
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The JHU Office of Finance Monthly Newsletter is published by University Administration to keep the JHU community informed regarding business processes and issues relevant to the administration of University business.